It has been well documented that Cristiano Ronaldo has been taking trips to Morocco for some time now.
When he's not scoring freely on the pitch or promoting his CR7 brand, the Portuguese phenomenon is usually relaxing in North Africa.
Can you really blame him? Well, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez doesn't appear to be too happy with Ronaldo's constant trips.
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In fact, it was previously reported that Perez had banned the former Manchester United star from taking the vacations, but that clearly hasn't stopped him.
But the latest controversy involving Perez is even more intriguing...
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Perez and the King of Morocco
So, according to Spanish outlet Sport, Perez has asked the King of Morocco, Mohamed VI, to keep him up to date on the player's whereabouts.
Perez and the King of Morocco reportedly have a great relationship, but that doesn't make the story any less bizarre.
If the report is to be believed, then surely it won't sit too well with Real's talisman. Ronaldo, of course, has endured a tricky period of late - his side are failing to produce the goods on a consistent basis in La Liga - and has seemingly grown frustrated.
Some will say that his frequent trips to Morocco are harming his performances on the pitch, while others will claim that they aren't making the slightest bit of difference.
But it's clear for all to see that something isn't quite right at the moment. Real just aren't delivering and look set to miss out on the La Liga title once again.
Currently 12 points behind Barcelona at the summit of the division, Ronaldo and co. will be well aware that they won't be getting their hands on the title this term.
There's the Champions League, of course, but are they really good enough to claim the trophy for the 11th time?
Recent performances just haven't to the required level and they appear to be behind the likes of Barcelona and Bayern Munich right now.
It would be foolish to completely write them off, of course - they have the likes of Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema backing up Ronaldo - but they must improve quickly over the coming months.
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